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PARIS (Reuters) - French European Affairs junior minister Clement Beaune said on Monday that current tensions over Brexit between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government and the European Union were "a test" for Europe.
PARIS (Reuters) - Michel Barnier, the European Union's former Brexit negotiator, said on Monday that the reputation of the United Kingdom was at stake regarding tensions over Brexit.
The Group of Seven (G7) summit ended on Sunday. After the meeting, the countries issued a communiqué, which openly criticized China and mentioned issues related to China's Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The Group of Seven leaders often use sophisticated words such “multilateralism” and “science” to justify their political and military presence in the Asia-Pacific region with a single mission: To contain China and regain control of the rich territory.
LONDON: Six top western energy firms are vying to partner in the vast expansion of Qatar's liquefied natural gas output, industry sources said, helping the Gulf state cement its position as the leading LNG producer while several large projects around the world recently stalled.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden arrived in Brussels on Sunday evening ahead of two days of summits with NATO and the European Union, part of his first foreign trip since taking office and one aimed at reinvigorating transatlantic ties.
KUALA LUMPUR: Wearing a face mask is no longer compulsory, parks are open to the public, people can dine in at restaurants and students are going back to the classroom.
SEOUL: The European Union’s (EU) antitrust regulator has not yet resumed its review of the proposed merger between South Korea’s two leading shipbuilders, putting its decision on hold for nearly a year.
CARBIS BAY, France (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday said that France respects Britain's sovereignty but it is time to end rows over sausages and focus on more serious issues.
A G7 plan to donate 1 billion Covid-19 vaccine doses to poorer countries will have limited impact because it includes some previous pledges, but it still offers a small lifeline to a global vaccine buying system, some experts said.